The best new R&B, pop, country, and rap for November, in no particular order.
Let's get this thing started.
"I know oppressions you will never understand," rapper Le1f tells Jamar, the self-described defender of "conservative" hip-hop values.
On set with rap's restless provocateur.
From Kanye's epic Yeezus to A$AP Ferg's bizarro Trap Lord and the return of M.I.A., there was a lot to love this past year.
"Gay people don't care about your video about gay people."
It's time to embrace hip-hop's new generation gap.
From Frank Ocean to Jay-Z, the genre made major leaps forward with the LGBT community in 2012.
The gay, NYC rapper created a pretty literal interpretation of the lead single from his new EP, Liquid.